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  2. The Ultimate Godzilla DVD Collection has five movies. The first film is Godzilla, King Of The Monsters. It is the original movie that brought Godzilla to life on the big screen. Well, the original did not have Raymond Burr in it, but you understand what I mean. Godzilla is a 400 foot high Tyrannosaurus Rex woken up by an atomic bomb test.

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  3. This DVD release is digitally remastered, contains both English dub and original Japanese versions, as well as the Ishiro Honda biography featurette (a must-see for G-fans, definitely interesting!) I recommend if you're looking for this film on DVD, this release is the one you want! 3 out of 5 stars.

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  4. This is the last of the Showa (50s-70s) G-movies, last Ishiro Honda directed G-movie, and the first and last appearance of Titanosaurus. Great film complete with monsters, aliens, and a mad scientist. English dub is longer due to an intro scene explaining Godzilla, which consists of stock footage & a narrative.

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  6. A latchkey child living in the industrial city of Kawasaki confronts his loneliness through his escapist dreams of Monster Island and friendship with Minilla. Directors: Ishirô Honda, Jun Fukuda, Kengo Furusawa | Stars: Kenji Sahara, Machiko Naka, Tomonori Yazaki, Hideyo Amamoto. Votes: 4,424. 11.

  7. As of February 2008, funding had been received and the movie was scheduled to be released in early 2009. It was going to be directed by Yoshimitsu Banno, who previously directed Godzilla vs. Hedorah in 1971, and Keith Melton. 3D to the MAX was going to be produced by Kenji Okuhira and Brian Rogers respectively. The film's production was going to be done by Advanced Audiovisual Production, director Banno's own company stationed in Japan, and was being planned to target the American market ...

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